With barely two-weeks before Election Day, Vice President Mike Pence headed to Pennsylvania to share President Trump’s message to “Make America Great Again.” He visited Reading on Saturday, where he delivered remarks at a rally held at the Reading Regional Airport.
The director of Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute has said the current Supreme Court confirmation process reflects the same toxic cloud in our nation’s public divisions. One America’s Christina Bobb has more from Washington.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein flip flopped on her position regarding Amy Coney Barrett by showing support in public and the opposite in private. Here’s more on the lawmakers double-dealing.
A group of medical experts from around the country known as America’s Frontline Doctors are speaking out against misinformation on the coronavirus. The doctors gathered on the Supreme Court steps in the nation’s capitol Saturday morning to inform Americans not to be afraid of the virus.
There’s been controversy and concern brewing over mail-in voting as well as instances of election fraud. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with an attorney who participated in the Bush v. Gore 2000 recount, Tom Spencer, about voter fraud and the importance of having nine justices on the U.S. Supreme Court.
After receiving a clean bill of health, Sen. Mike Lee (R- Utah) appeared at Monday’s Supreme Court confirmation hearing in-person. During an exclusive interview, the senator spoke with One America’s John Hines to give his take on the testimony.
Partisanship took center stage in the second day of confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett. On Tuesday, Barrett took questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee and stated that it would be her job to interpret the laws that Congress passes, not formulate them hersel
The Supreme Court recently heard arguments regarding the U.S. military’s handling of rape cases. In a rare move by the Department of Justice Tuesday, officials asked the nation’s highest court to rehear cases involving three rape convictions that were thrown out due to a loophole.
Newsweek Opinion Editor Josh Hammer caught up with Stephanie Hamill on In Focus to discuss Supreme Court decisions, possible court packing and Democrat deception.